Located on the East bank of the Huangpu River, amidst the skyline of the Lujiazui financial district, Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai is part of Harbour City, a new 25-hectare mixed-use development comprising office towers, residences, high-end retail and dynamic entertainment, plus extensive landscaped gardens.
The hotel’s 318 spacious guestrooms and 44 suites designed by world-renowned architect Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica, embody both modern elegance and supreme comfort. Starting at 50 square metres, guestrooms feature original artworks, guest-centric technology and sweeping views over the Huangpu River, the Bund and the Shanghai skyline. Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai is home to the largest and most expensive Presidential Suite in Shanghai, spanning 788 square metres with a sky garden terrace and magnificent river views
The luxurious SPA at Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai features 13 private spa and beauty suites, including the first private spa consultation space offering Visia complexion analysis; a fully equipped Fitness & Wellness Centre with a Kinesis wall and Maya Fit virtual trainers; a 25-metre indoor swimming pool; and a thermal bathing facility.The hotel’s recreational spaces are linked to The Spa by a central sky-lit garden.
Mandarin Oriental Shanghai is accepting reservations for arrivals starting June 1st 2013, with rates starting at 430 euros/night for a Deluxe Room (50 sqm) or 680 euros/night for an Executive Suite (67 sqm).
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